Echo of Light - 余韻 YOIN
Experimental Lighting Design
This project was a team project with Takatoku Nishi at Tama Art University in Japan.
"A momentary state of experiencing beauty."
Raindrop expresses a beautiful moment when it hits on the water surface and disappears.
There is a story of the life of a raindrop.
After the story ends, it leaves a reverberation on your heart as memory. It’s called “Yoin” in Japanese, and it resonates as a calm moment.
Using light, we have recreated this story of "Yoin" to touch your heart and leave you with the “echo” of raindrops.
The LED light is activated by even the lightest sense of movement.
As the LED light moves, the lighting effect which is projected underneath follows the movement and blinks randomly, emulating the behavior of rain.
The random light effect looks like raindrops hitting water to create water ripples.
It makes people want to take the time to touch the effect.
This action connects people and light, as well as "people and people"